Secondary School Programmes - Corals Reef

Secondary and Post-Secondary School Programmes

Embark on these highly immersive guided tours with back-of-house activities and insights of marine professions, it's a learning opportunity not to miss!

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Secondary School Tours

S.E.A.A. Discovery Tour

Discover the ecosystems within the marine realm and the roles and functions of the different species that inhabit within. Learn about animals’ adaptations to environmental changes and how Man’s actions affect the survival of the various organisms. 

Learning Objectives

  • Define ecosystem and the roles that different organism groups play 
  • Explain how environmental changes can affect organisms’ survival 
  • Recognise how Man’s actions can affect the survival of various organisms
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 1hr 20 - 50

Feeding Frenzy Trail 

Dive deep into the feeding methods of marine animals and discover how structural and behavioral adaptations help them obtain nutrition efficiently. Go behind-the-scenes to our food preparation kitchen and discover the sea-crets that goes into our animal feed! 

Learning Objectives 

  • Identify importance of different types of nutrients required  
  • Recognise importance of structural and behavioural adaptations for intake of nutrients in living things 
  • Examine food preparation and feeding methods in an aquarium
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 2.5hr 20 - 50

The S.E.A.A. and I

Urban development has contributed to environment changes. Learning more about these changes is the first step to make a difference. Discover how various marine organisms are affected by human actions and be inspired to help them!

Learning Objectives 

  • Discuss negative and positive human impacts on the ocean and the organisms that live in it
  • Explain the importance of marine ecosystems to the environment and human beings
  • Give examples of actions that individuals can take to contribute to marine conservation
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 1.5hr 20 - 50

 

Secondary School Programmes

Fish Diversity Decoded

Decode what makes a fish, a fish! Learn about structural adaptations, anatomy and characteristics that they possess.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify structural adaptations of fishes
  • Infer living habits of fishes based on their structural adaptations
  • Classify fishes based on physical characteristics that they possess
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 2 2hr 30

Corals & Family

Are corals plants or animals? Explore the anatomy of corals, their relatives and learn all about the unique characteristics and threats they face in our ever-changing world!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the characteristics of Cnidarians
  • Outline physical factors that affect the life cycle and survival of Cnidarians
  • Explain the importance of corals and their reefs
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 2 2hr 30

Behind the S.E.A.A: Staying Healthy

In this programme, learn about the different elements that are important in keeping the animals healthy. Go behind the scenes to find out how various science concepts play a part!

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how different areas of back-of-house work are important for animal health
  • Explain how concepts of cells, blood and nutrition are involved in basic animal care through diagnostics and food provision
  • Recognise environmental aspects of a habitat that contribute to the well-being of animals
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 2hr 30

Elements of Business Skills: S.E.A. Aquarium Case Study

How better to learn about business than being in the heart of the business! Pick up the basics of business skills in this tour that provides insights into the attractions business, learn all about the marketing mix used in the S.E.A. Aquarium and other strategies that keeps it going!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify types of business activities and resources involved 
  • Explain the marketing mix 
  • Describe different pricing & promotion techniques, considerations on placements and use of info-communication technology
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 2hr 30

S.E.A.A. Careers

The sea’s the limit! Learn all about the dream jobs and careers options in the Aquarium and visit our working sites when you embark on this unique learning journey!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify career options in S.E.A. Aquarium
  • Explain various scopes of work of featured careers and visit their working space
  • Identify educational qualifications and experiences that may be necessary
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Secondary 1 - 5 2.5hr 30

Student Work Attachment Programme

Our Student Work Attachment Programme is a 5-day stint with opportunities for students to develop effective communication skills and gain work experience in a truly unique environment.

Programme Components

  • 1-day training 
  • 5-day attachment
  • Independent study project
Target Groups Duration
Students aged 15-17 years old 5 Days

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Post-Secondary School Tours

S.E.A.A. Discovery Tour

Discover the ecosystems within the marine realm and the roles and functions of the different species that inhabit within. Learn about animals’ adaptations to environmental changes and how Man’s actions affect the survival of the various organisms.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how environmental changes can affect animals’ survival
  • Summarise relationships among animals and the roles they play within an ecosystem
  • Discuss how Man’s actions can affect the survival of various organisms
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Post-Secondary 1hr 20-50

Feeding Frenzy Trail

Dive deep into the feeding methods of marine animals and discover how structural and behavioral adaptations help them obtain nutrition efficiently. Go behind-the-scenes to our food preparation kitchen and discover the sea-crets that goes into our animal feed!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify importance of different types of nutrients required 
  • Recognise importance of structural and behavioural adaptations for intake of nutrients in living things 
  • Examine food preparation and feeding methods in an aquarium
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Post-Secondary 2.5hr 20-50

 

Post-Secondary School Programmes

Behind the S.E.A.A: Staying Healthy

In this programme, learn about the different elements that are important in keeping the animals healthy. Go behind the scenes to find out how various science concepts play a part!

Learning Objectives 

  • Describe how different areas of back-of-house work are important for animal health
  • Explain how concepts of cells, blood and nutrition are involved in basic animal care through diagnostics and food provision
  • Recognise environmental aspects of a habitat that contribute to the well-being of animals
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Post-Secondary 2hr 30

S.E.A.A. Careers 

The sea’s the limit! Learn all about the dream jobs and career options in the Aquarium and visit our working sites when you embark on this unique learning journey!

Learning Objectives 

  • Identify careers options in S.E.A. Aquarium
  • Explain various scope of work of featured careers and visit their working space
  • Identify educational qualifications and experiences that may be necessary
Target Groups Duration Min/Max Size
Post-Secondary 2.5hr 30

Student Work Attachment Programme

Our Student Work Attachment Programme is a 5-day stint with opportunities for students to develop effective communication skills and gain work experience in a truly unique environment.

Programme Components

  • 1-day training 
  • 5-day attachment
  • Independent study project 
Target Groups Duration
Students aged 15-17 years old 5 Days

Find out more

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